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Dionne & Chang at ASA

PhD student Danielle Dionne will be presenting results from the Asian Americans in Boston project in a poster (co-authored with Prof. Chang) entitled “Sociophonetic variation among Asian Americans: The role of ethnicity and style” at the 182nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) on May 23. Danielle was also admitted to the 2022 ASA School: Living in the Acoustic Environment that will be taking place before the conference. Congratulations to Danielle!

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    Samejon at May conferences

    PhD student Kevin Samejon will be presenting his research at two conferences in May:

    Congratulations to Kevin on these presentations!


    Fraser at SLUgS Symposium

    By PAMLabJanuary 25th, 2022in Conferences, Presentations, Students

    Congratulations to Kate Fraser, whose work on the Asian Americans in Boston project was accepted for presentation at the UC Berkeley Society of Linguistics Undergraduate Students (SLUgS) 6th Annual Undergraduate Linguistics Symposium! The title of the presentation is "Listener perception and identification of Asian American Speech". Brava, Kate!

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    Welcome to this spring’s labbies!

    By PAMLabJanuary 22nd, 2022in Students

    Welcome to the research interns who will be joining the lab this semester:

    • Cheng Jia (Stella) Miao is a senior majoring in Linguistics and Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences. Her interests are in phonetics and phonology, multilingualism/bilingualism, and sociolinguistics. She will be working primarily on the Asian Americans in Boston project.
    • James Rice is a sophomore majoring in Linguistics. His interests are in language acquisition. He will be working primarily on the Asian Americans in Boston project.

    And a warm welcome back to Cristina, Danielle, Felix, Jackson, Kevin, Megan, Michael, and Sam!